Reading Book Blogs Is Dangerous

Reading book blogs can be dangerous Yes, I know that this is a book blog. No, I’m not telling you to stop reading it. Personally, I have lots of book blogs in my feed reader. I love reading them but there’s always a catch-22. Here’s why I think reading book blogs are dangerous: 1. I […]

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March Book Club Announcement: Raising Cubby by John Elder Robison

Raising Cubby by John Elder Robison

I don’t know about you, but I’m glad it’s March. That means spring is around the corner. (I hope.) A new month also means a new book club read at From Left to Write! For March, our book club member are currently reading Raising Cubby: A Father and Son’s Adventures with Asperger’s, Trains, Tractors, and High […]

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Book Review: A Plain Scandal by Amanda Flower

A Plain Scandal by Amanda Flower Cover

When I received a pitch for an Amish murder mystery book, I was very intrigued. I knew that there were Amish romance novels out there, but a murder mystery? I love cozy mysteries and decided to read A Plain Scandal: An Appleseed Creek Mystery by Amanda Flower so I could tell you all about it, […]

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Book Review: Life of Pi by Yann Martel

Life of Pi by Yann Martel-Cover

  I’m probably one of the last people to read Yann Martel’s Life of Pi, but I’m glad I finally did. Life of Pi has been on my to-read list long before the movie came out, so don’t think I’m reading it just because of the movie. I haven’t seen Ang Lee’s vision of the […]

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Book Review: A Good American by Alex George

A Good American by Alex George

If you’re looking for historical fiction about an immigrant family searching for the American dream through the ages, look no further than A Good American by Alex George. The novel begins with German lovers Jette and Frederick and follow their lives as they settle in small town Beatrice, Missouri in the early 1900s. We follow […]

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Book Review: SECRET by L. Marie Adeline

SECRET by L Marie Adeline

With the popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey, the stigma of reading erotica is starting to fade. At least more people are willing to admit to reading novels with hot explicit sex scenes. Have you been wondering what to read next? The new novel S.E.C.R.ET. by L. Marie Adeline will not disappoint readers of erotica. […]

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